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    5 km N of Saskatoon on Hwy 11, follow the Buffalo signs or take Warman Rd (Wanuskewin Rd) N of Saskatoon and follow the Buffalo signs.
    Latitude: 52.24049° N,
    Longitude: -106.6171° W
    Wanuskewin re-opens on Sepember 5, 2020 with a new look that includes a new bison viewing platform, new art galleries and a renovated trail system. It will also bring​​ back its popular archeology lab exhibits.

    Situated just 5 km north of Saskatoon, Wanuskewin​ is an international unique site that interprets over 6,000 years of Northern Plains Indigenous peoples culture. On site are 21 pre-contact sites, four walking trails, medicine wheel, tipi rings and buffalo pounds. The Visitor Centre includes an art gallery, conference facility, gift shop and restaurant.

    The gift shop is the place to shop for authentic First Nation traditional handmade artworks. Browse 900 sq. ft. of handmade items such as jewellery and baskets, beautifully hand-beaded moccasins and incredible stone carvings, plus a selection of CDs and books produced by artisans from tribal communities throughout Saskatchewan and across Canada.

    Wanuskewin's Restaurant is the perfect place to experience a unique sense of culture. Enjoy amazing First Nation cuisine, with a modern flair, made from the freshest, local ingredients.

    Check out tipi sleepover packages, and day camps for children in July and August. May to August take in guided archaeological digs held Wednesday to Sunday at 12 noon and 3 p.m. During winter explore over 6 km of trail with free snowshoe rentals or register for free workshops on drum making, moccasin making and more​​.​​​

    Wanuskewin, an award-winning National Historic Site, is the recipient of the 2019 Tourism Industry Association of Canada (ITAC) Indigenous Tourism Award and the 2018 Tourism Saskatchewan Indigenous Tourism Experience Award.​
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    Saskatoon Custom Bird Tours - Saskatoon Winter Birdwatching Tour

    Saskatoon

    Jan 1, 2020 to Mar 31, 2020

    ​Many colourful songbirds may be found in Saskatoon’s city parks in winter. Your expert bird guide will lead you through the best city parks to look for finches, woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadees, jays, crossbills and Bohemian waxwings. You will also visit hangouts for wintering ducks and geese. Half-day and full day tours available. Upon request, optional visits may be made at Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park &​ Zoo, Museum of Natural Sciences, Diefenbaker Canada Centre and/or Wanuskewin​. For more information, email birdtours@sasktel.net​. Package price is for groups of 1 - 3 people.

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    $290

    Wed to Fri 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Sat and Sun 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Thu hours extended to 8 p.m. Closed Mon and Tue.


    Rates And Discounts

    ​$14 adults 18 - 64 years, $10​ seniors 65+, $10 students (valid student ID), $8 children 6 - 17 years, children 5 years and under free, $35/family (parents and dependents).​

    • Family rates
    • Group rates

    Awards and Designations

    • 2017 Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence - Finalist
    • 2018 Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence - Winner

    Certifications and Affiliations

    • Provincial Heritage Property designation

    Access

    • Urban / Suburban

    Services

    • Bus parking
    • Tourist information available
    • Guided tour
    • Self-guided tour
    • Tours upon request
    • Bus tours accepted
    • Estimated viewing time (hours): 2

    Amenities

    • Gift shop
    • Trail brochure / Map
    • Meeting rooms
    • Picnic area
    • Modern washroom
    • Free parking
    • Conference facilities

    Activities

    • Birding / Wildlife viewing
    • Geocaching
    • Children's activities
    • Hiking

    Food and Beverage

    • Banquet facilities
    • Catering service
    • International cuisine
    • Local foods
    • Gluten-free menu
    • Casual dining
    • Seating capacity: 20

    Accessibility

    • Wheelchair access
    • LGBTQ-friendly
    • Family friendly

    Maps & Docs

    Contact Info

    Phone(s): 306-931-6767 | 1-877-547-6546 |
    info@wanuskewin.com

    Wed to Fri 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Sat and Sun 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Thu hours extended to 8 p.m. Closed Mon and Tue.


    5 km N of Saskatoon on Hwy 11, follow the Buffalo signs or take Warman Rd (Wanuskewin Rd) N of Saskatoon and follow the Buffalo signs.

    Latitude: 52.24049° N, Longitude: -106.6171° W

    Saskatoon - Saskatoon

    Wanuskewin re-opens on Sepember 5, 2020 with a new look that includes a new bison viewing platform, new art galleries and a renovated trail system. It will also bring​​ back its popular archeology lab exhibits.

    Situated just 5 km north of Saskatoon, Wanuskewin​ is an international unique site that interprets over 6,000 years of Northern Plains Indigenous peoples culture. On site are 21 pre-contact sites, four walking trails, medicine wheel, tipi rings and buffalo pounds. The Visitor Centre includes an art gallery, conference facility, gift shop and restaurant.

    The gift shop is the place to shop for authentic First Nation traditional handmade artworks. Browse 900 sq. ft. of handmade items such as jewellery and baskets, beautifully hand-beaded moccasins and incredible stone carvings, plus a selection of CDs and books produced by artisans from tribal communities throughout Saskatchewan and across Canada.

    Wanuskewin's Restaurant is the perfect place to experience a unique sense of culture. Enjoy amazing First Nation cuisine, with a modern flair, made from the freshest, local ingredients.

    Check out tipi sleepover packages, and day camps for children in July and August. May to August take in guided archaeological digs held Wednesday to Sunday at 12 noon and 3 p.m. During winter explore over 6 km of trail with free snowshoe rentals or register for free workshops on drum making, moccasin making and more​​.​​​

    Wanuskewin, an award-winning National Historic Site, is the recipient of the 2019 Tourism Industry Association of Canada (ITAC) Indigenous Tourism Award and the 2018 Tourism Saskatchewan Indigenous Tourism Experience Award.​

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    Location Information

    5 km N of Saskatoon on Hwy 11, follow the Buffalo signs or take Warman Rd (Wanuskewin Rd) N of Saskatoon and follow the Buffalo signs.

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    lat. 52.24049° N, long. -106.6171° W

    Contact Info

    Phone: 306-931-6767 | 1-877-547-6546 |
    info@wanuskewin.com

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    Saskatoon Custom Bird Tours - Saskatoon Winter Birdwatching Tour

    Jan 1, 2020 to Mar 31, 2020

    STARTING AT: $290

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